Besides our amazing onscreen talent, The Other Side boasts an impressive television crew that helps capture these delicate, intense and sometimes scary moments of interaction with the spirit world.
Jennifer Podemski – Producer
Jennifer Podemski is an award winning, Gemini nominated actress and producer born and raised in Toronto, Canada. Since beginning her professional career at the age of 14, Jennifer has achieved great success as an actor in film, television and theatre. Best known for her roles in Bruce McDonald’s acclaimed feature film Dance Me Outside, CBC’s The Rez and Riverdale, Jennifer has maintained a presence in front of the camera for more than 25 years. Since 1999, she has spent most of her time working behind the camera as a producer, writer and director. First, as Co-Founder and Executive Producer at Big Soul Productions, an aboriginal owned and operated production company that she founded with Laura Milliken. In 2005, Jennifer branched out on her own and founded Redcloud Studios, an independent production company that she currently runs from her home office in Innisfil, ON.
Wally Start & Bob Crowe – Producers
Wally and Bob are Creative Producers who guide The Other Side from story to screen. As the principals of Angel Entertainment they are responsible for many projects in development, production and post on an ongoing basis. Their dramatic and factual television series have been sold into more than 30 countries around the world, and their feature films have screened at festivals in France, Belgium, the US and Canada. Most recently, Angel’s feature film Big Muddy premiered at the Toronto International Film Festival.
Saxon deCocq – Director
Francis Laliberte – Director
Rob King – Director
Rob captured detailed production notes that he shared with the production team during the shooting of Season 1, 2 and 3. Find his latest posts below for incredible behind the scenes details:
Rob's Latest Blog Posts
Rosedeer Hotel – Day 1 Hey: We rolled across south western Saskatchewan and into Alberta again, dropped down between the […]Read More ›
Day 1 – Saskatoon The sun shone today and we spent several hours investigating our new location while we waited for […]Read More ›
Day 1 – Yates Theatre Hey All: After an unplanned layoff and a long drive to Lethbridge we got back to […]Read More ›
Day 1 – Fort Walsh Greetings. It was a long ride back from Fort Walsh to the lodge at Cypress Hills. […]Read More ›
Trevor Mack – Director
Trevor Mack is an award-winning Tsilhqot’in nation filmmaker from the interior of British Columbia. Raised by his mother and family, his culture and upbringing are reflected in his storytelling. He directed a few of the episodes for Season 3.
At 17, Trevor helped to create a freelance video editing and motion graphics group called ‘Viral Design’. The group secured contracts to produce promotional videos for companies such as Red Bull, Gunnar Optiks, and Steelseries.
In 2013, at 21 years old, his first short film, The Blanketing screened across North America and in New Zealand at festivals including the Vancouver Indigenous Media Arts Festival, theToronto International Film Festival and imagineNATIVE Film + Media Arts Festival. Mack’s second short film, Clouds of Autumn, debuted at the Toronto International Film Festival in 2015 and received the ‘Best Canadian Short Drama’ award at the imagineNATIVE Film + Media Arts Festival. Trevor was also selected to take part in the 2016 TIFF Studio.
How The Other Side Changed My Life
Many of our team had transformative experiences during the shooting of Season 1. The cast and some of the crew talk about the ways being a part of this TV show affected them: